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Men’s basketball: first College GameDay a success

On Jan. 19, College GameDay made its way to Hinkle Fieldhouse for the matchup between the Gonzaga and the Butler Bulldogs. Before Saturday’s  game, Dawg Pound member Ari Kasle was asked what expectations he had for the contest. “I think any time Butler is on the court, magic things happen,” he said. This pregame prediction

OPINION | Students should experience Dawg Pound

The magical time of year known as basketball season has finally arrived at Butler University. The anticipation is building for students eager to see the Bulldogs do well in their first season in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Butler students are lucky to have free access to all university sporting events, including basketball. In Hinkle Fieldhouse,

Basketball admissions altered

The student ticket process for attending basketball games has changed this year. With both basketball seasons right around the corner, students need to make sure they follow the correct steps to gain admittance to Hinkle Fieldhouse. All students can still attend games, but if they are not members of Dawg Pound, they will need to

OPINION | Dawg Pound represents Butler both in Hinkle and around the nation

The immature actions of the Dawg Pound deteriorates the value of the “Butler Way;” but the good they do off the court gives me hope that they can turn it around in time for the post season. The Dawg Pound is one of the most underappreciated groups on campus. On a national stage they represent

Dawg Pound makes deal

The Dawg Pound will be wearing special T-shirts for the men’s basketball game on Feb. 14 after striking a deal with an on-campus business. Members of the Dawg Pound will be given shirts supporting the fight against cancer for the men’s basketball game against Loyola of Chicago. The shirts will be purple and read “Dawg

BASKETBALL ISSUE | New Dawgs…Old tricks

By Allyson Dobberteen Ten years ago, Dawg Pound was a figment in two Butler University students’ heads. Today, you’d be hard-pressed to find a Bulldog who doesn’t know of the booming student section on campus at Butler’s athletic events. Todd Witherow and another Butler student founded the organization back in 2001. “They found that very